Prince William may feel overshadowed at times by the attention focused on Kate Middleton’s burgeoning baby bump. But while he’s joined in preparing for the future expansion of his royal family, William is also excited about his upcoming job as a pilot, reported the BBC News.
Set to start flying in the summer, Prince William will serve as an air ambulance pilot for the East Anglian Air Ambulance (EAAA). However, he will take on the role at Cambridge Airport in the spring.
As for Duchess of Cambridge Kate, she’s busily getting ready for their second child in April, revealed Hello magazine. They plan to follow the same approach as they did with Prince George, which is to manage everything from changing the diaper to feeding the newborn on their own.
“As new parents, the Duke and the Duchess wish to enjoy being with their new baby and all that this entails,” shared a royal source. “There are no plans to advertise for a nanny or a maternity nurse.”
In the case of baby George, the Duke of Cambridge waited until he was almost three months old before requesting that his own former nanny Jessie Webb come on board. After that proved successful, Kate and William chose George’s present nanny Maria Borrallo, who has been with the royal family since he was eight months old.
Any news on whether George will have a sister or brother? Kate thus far refers to her baby bump only as “it.”
As for Prince William, he confessed when he visited President Obama that he didn’t even know the sex of his first baby even after it was born initially. Will links that gender confusion to the thrill of seeing his first baby be born.
“I remember when George was born, I forgot to work out whether it was a boy or a girl. The excitement of the event and everything else was just chaos. You are suddenly… well actually it’s a boy.”
As the Inquisitr reported, Kate once again has been struggling with severe morning sickness. But despite feeling ill, the Princess has made time for charity work and even created a rare video tackling bullying of children.
“Both William and I sincerely believe that early action can prevent problems in childhood from turning into larger ones later in life,” said Kate in the video.
“Without support, the effects of these challenges can be traumatic, leading to serious issues such as anxiety, depression, and addiction, and self harm. The stigma around mental health means that many children do not get the help that they so badly need. This needs to change.”
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